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Pornography Involves Somebody’s Daughter

I’ve treated a number of people caught up in pornography addiction. So when my friend and founder of the ministry, Music for the Soul, Steve Siler did a CD and DVD on this topic, I had to pass it on.

What would happen if every man (I know women deal with pornography addiction as well) thought of the woman he was looking at as somebody’s daughter?

And while not all pornography has women has its object, much of it does.


Watch the music video, listen, pass this on to others. That person you are looking at is or was somebody’s little girl!

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    Excellent song and video. Women in pornography is self-perpetuating. Some unfortunate woman (girl) finds herself in an economic bind and makes the decision to use her body to earn money to live. Because of this availability, unscrupulous pornographers dangle money as bait and snare these women. Women who prostitute themselves for survival do their deed and go on, having been violated by their user. Those who succumb to the pornographers have their acts recorded and viewed indefinitely, thus violating them each and every time the video is viewed. Unfortunately, some women without a walk in faith choose to act in pornography of their own accord. Every scenario is disappointing.

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